Officer C Rogers
Hell’s Bells of Jails
Dealing with jail culture affects both corrections officers and inmates, but very differently. Much has been written about the relationship of officers to inmates, but very little from the perspective of the corrections officer. This dark and gutsy memoir details in short stories the day and life of someone in the profession with great intentions, but with less control over the outcome of the inevitable conflicts than one might think. A fascinating, uncensored glimpse into the thoughts and actions of those in the world of the incarcerated, telling about the good and the bad events that occur at every turn. Sometimes shocking, with bursts of greatness here and there, the stories will tug at every emotion.